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Available Fellowships 2019-2020

 


Long-Term Awards   |   Short-Term Awards   |   Dibner History of Science Program


 

Long-Term Awards

Barbara Thom Postdoctoral Fellowships
Eligibility: Non-tenured faculty.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000.
The Thom fellowships are intended to support non-tenured faculty who are revising their dissertation for publication as their first monograph. Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington's collections and must have received the PhD between January 1, 2014, and December 31, 2016.

 

Mellon Fellowship
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000.
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington's collections.

 

Dana and David Dornsife Fellowship
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000.
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington's collections. Preference may be given to projects in the history of the American West in general and of California in particular.

 

Molina Fellowship in the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000.
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington’s collections in the history of medicine and related sciences, including public health.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018, and must be a citizen of the United States or foreign national with a minimum of three years U.S. residence.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000 ($4,200 per month from the NEH; the balance of the stipend from Huntington funds).
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington's collections.

 

Kemble Fellowship in Maritime History
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months
Value of award: $50,000
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington’s collections in maritime history.

 


Short-Term Awards

Huntington Fellowships

Eligibility: Doctoral candidates who have advanced to candidacy (ABD) at the time of the application deadline (November 15, 2018); faculty members; and other postdoctoral scholars.
Tenure of fellowship:  Between one and five months.
Value of award:  $3,500 per month.
NOTE:  The majority of “Huntington Fellowships” will be awarded to scholars pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington's collections. We do, however, offer a number of specialized fellowships, which include (but are not limited to):

  • Francis Bacon Foundation Fellowships in the history and literature of Renaissance England
  • The Reese Fellowship in American Bibliography and the History of the Book in the Americas
  • The Trent R. Dames Fellowship in the History of Civil Engineering
  • Christopher Isherwood Foundation Fellowships
  • The Francis J. Weber Research Fellowship in Roman Catholic History
  • The Cheng Fellowship in the History of the Asian American Experience in the U.S.
  • Gloria R. Lothrop Fellowship in Western American Women’s History

An application for one of the specialized fellowships does not disqualify you from being considered for a “Huntington Fellowship.”

 

The Alan Jutzi Residential Fellowship for Non-Traditional Scholars

The Alan Jutzi Fellowship for Non-Traditional Scholars honors a former curator’s long service to the intellectual needs of researchers regardless of academic pedigree. The Alan Jutzi Fellowship will provide up to two months of annual research support to independent scholars who are neither affiliated with, nor retired from, an academic institution. In keeping with Alan Jutzi’s breadth of interests, ideal candidates will include writers, journalists, urban and city planners, architects, collectors, designers, curators, librarians, and others outside the academy. All applicants must demonstrate by competitive application and through appropriate selection criteria that research at The Huntington is critical to their project.

 

Travel Grants and Exchange Fellowships for Study in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Eligibility: Doctoral candidates who have advanced to candidacy (ABD) at the time of the application deadline (November 15, 2018); faculty members; and other postdoctoral scholars. Applicants must be based in North America.

Tenure of fellowship: One month.
The Huntington offers several travel grants for study in any of the fields in which The Huntington’s own collections are strong where the research will be carried out in libraries or archives in the United Kingdom and Ireland. We also offer exchange fellowships with Corpus Christi, Linacre, Lincoln, and New Colleges, Oxford; Trinity Hall, Cambridge; Durham University; and Trinity College Dublin-Marsh's Library. The intention is to encourage projects which can be developed both in The Huntington’s collections and in UK archives.

 

Linacre College, Oxford
A stipend of $3,500 is provided by The Huntington to the recipient of the fellowship before traveling to England, along with reimbursement for economy round-trip airfare. Accommodation is arranged by the college, although the fellow is responsible for all associated costs. The fellowship must be taken up in July 2019. The fellow must provide a written report on his or her experience.

 

Corpus Christi College/Lincoln College/New College/Trinity Hall/Durham University/Trinity College Dublin-Marsh's Library
Accommodation and hospitality is provided by the college, although the timing of the fellowship may be subject to the availability of housing and to the schedule of the academic year in each institution. The Huntington will reimburse the fellow for economy round-trip airfare before traveling to England or Ireland. The fellow must provide a written report on his or her experience.

 

Travel Grants
Recipients of the travel grants must be conducting research in a library or archive in the United Kingdom and Ireland in any of the fields in which Huntington collections are strong. The Huntington will reimburse the grantee for economy round-trip airfare before the trip. A stipend of $3,500 will be paid after the grantee submits a detailed report on the research conducted. The travel grants can be taken up as early as June 1, 2019, and no later than June 30, 2020.

 

Clark-Huntington Joint Bibliographical Fellowship
Eligibility: PhD or appropriate research experience.
Tenure of fellowship: Two months (one month at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library; one month at The Huntington).
Value of award: $6,500.
Sponsored jointly by the Clark and The Huntington, this two-month fellowship provides support for bibliographical research in early modern British literature and history as well as other areas where the two libraries have common strengths. Eligible projects include textual scholarship; analytical/descriptive bibliography; the history of printing and/or publishers; and other related fields. For details and application instructions regarding this fellowship only, please contact Myrna Ortiz at ortiz@humnet.ucla.edu.

 

The Thomas W. Wilkins Fellowship to encourage greater diversity among the scholars who use The Huntington’s collections
The Thomas W Wilkins Fellowship honors the memory and vision of a middle schoolteacher and proud Angeleno who left a legacy that would benefit the diverse city he loved so much.

The Thomas W. Wilkins fellowship will provide up to two months of annual research support for scholars who have the potential to bring to their academic and research careers the critical perspective that comes from their understanding of the experiences of members of groups historically underrepresented in higher education in the United States. The contributions to diversity may include research focusing on underserved populations or understanding inequalities related to race, gender, disability or LGBT. Applicants must either hold the PhD or be graduate students advanced to doctoral candidacy.

 

The Huntington offers several joint professorships and collaborative fellowships with other institutions and organizations. Please click here for more information.

 


Dibner Program in the History of Science

The Dibner Program in the History of Science offers scholars the opportunity to work in the Huntington’s Burndy Library and its other resources for the study of history of science and technology.

 

Long-Term Awards
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD by no later than November 15, 2018.
Tenure of fellowship: Between nine and twelve months.
Value of award: $50,000.
Applicants must be pursuing scholarship in a field appropriate to The Huntington’s collections in the history of science and technology.

 

Short-Term Awards
Eligibility: Doctoral candidates who have advanced to candidacy (ABD) at the time of the application deadline (November 15, 2018); faculty members; and other postdoctoral scholars.
Tenure of fellowship: Between one and five months.
Amount of award: $3,500 per month.

 

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